Labornet Japan is a network of citizens, unionists, activists, scholars and others from all walks of life to share information especially about rights and struggles in and outside of Japan. Established in 2001, the group now has more than 600 members, and the membership is growing. The English site introduces some reports shared on Labornet Japan website and other sources outside of Japan.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Against oppression Feb.3
In Japan police have arrested anti-nuclear acrivists. A protest rally against oppression was held in Osaka.